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                     Bee County Elections Administration will be closed on October 12, 202 in observance of the  Holiday.

The Election Administration office will be temporarily be moving to the Bee County Expo from October 13th  through October 30th to conduct the Early Voting. No one will be in our office on St. Mary's as all business will be conducted at the Early Voting Sight.

We can be reached at 361-621-1519.

Laura Warnix
Elections Administrator

Phone: 361.621.1519

Fax: 361.492.5993

107 S. St. Mary's St.
PO Drawer B
Beeville, TX 78104


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    On May 27, 2020, the Texas Supreme Court determined that the lack of immunity alone is not a “disability” for purposes of voting by mail. However, the court also stated that a voter can take into consideration aspects of their own health and health history when determining whether in-person voting will cause a likelihood of injury due to a physical condition. 

    The deadline to receive an Application for a Ballot by Mail ballot for the November Election is October 23, 2020. All Applications for Ballot By Mail must be received by the Bee County Elections Department by 5:00 PM on October 23, 2020.

     Ballot By Mail / FPCA Information

    Absentee Ballot by Mail (ABBM) must be applied for annually. You may call our office at 361-621-1519 to request an application be mailed to you or click here for a printable application.  

    Boleta de elector ausente por correo (ABBM) debe aplicarse para cada ano. Usted puede llamar a nuestra oficina al 361-621-1519 para solicitar una aplicación le enviará o haga clic en aquí para una aplicación imprimible.

    Reasons for Voting by Mail:

          *65 years of age or older
          *Disability - voter has a sickness or physical condition that prevents the voter from appearing at the polling place on election day without a likelihood of needing personal assistance or of injuring the voter's health
          *Expected absence from the county - must provide out of county address
          *Confinement in jail

    Mail application for ballot by mail to:
    Laura Warnix, Early Voting Clerk
    PO Drawer B
    Beeville, TX 78104

    For Military/Overseas Voters: FPCA Application

    Effective December 1, 2017 if an ABBM is faxed or emailed or if an FPCA is faxed, then the applicant must submit the ORIGINAL application BY MAIL to the early voting clerk so that it is received no later than the 4th business day after receiving the original ABBM or FPCA.

  • Interested in becoming a poll worker?
    Complete this form and return to our office.

    Students 16 years of age or older may apply to work and receive an excused absence from school. Complete this Permission form, have your parent and a school administrator sign it, and return it to our office.


    poll workers needed in red, white and blue colors
  • What is a Volunteer Deputy Registrar?     

    Volunteer Deputy Registrars (VDR) are entrusted  with the responsibility of officially registering voters in the State of Texas. They are appointed by county voter registrars with helping increase voter registration in the state. They administer voter registration applications and take responsibility for making sure the citizen completes the application correctly so there is no delay in processing.

    Are you interested in becoming a VDR? Click Here for more information

    Bee County has adopted the Secretary of State Volunteer Deputy Registrar training. 

    Step 1: Review the SOS Online Training  Spanish Version
    Step 2: Review the VDR Guide Spanish Version
    Step 3: Contact the EA Office, 361-621-1519 to schedule your exam(90% required) and/or appointment
    Step 4: Bring the completed Application to the office with your ID

What is a Vote Center?

A polling place system in which  the county election precinct polling places are eliminated and instead any registered voter eligible to vote in the county-run election may vote at any polling place open on election day; similar to the way an early voting polling place is used.

Un sistema de sitios de votación en el cual se eliminan los sitios de votación del precinto electoral del condado y, en lugar de ello, cualquier votante registrado elegible para votar en las elecciones que se lleven a cabo en el condado podrá votar en cualquier sitio de votación abierto el día de las elecciones; es similar a la manera en que se usa un sitio de votación anticipada.

  • Patty Johnson
    2675 Airport Rd.
    Beeville, TX 78102

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    1210 N Polk
    Beeville, TX 78102